A sampling of topics: a brief history of dosimetry, calibration protocols, and the need for accuracy; cavity theory, stopping-power ratios, and correction factors; ionization chamber instrumentation; review of TG-51 protocol; kilovoltage x-ray dosimetry; clinical electron beam dosimetry, thermoluminescent detector and Monte Carlo techniques for reference-quality brachytherapy dosimetry; dosimetry for small photo beams used for stereotactic radiosurgery/radiotherapy; hadron dosimetry; radiochronic film; diamond detector; gel dosimetry; Fricke and alanine dosimeters; and stopping-power ratios, rations of mass-energy coefficients, and CSDA ranges of electrons.
What does TLD stand for?
TLD stands for Thermoluminescent Detector
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- Target Location and Designation
- Teacher Licensure Degree (Jones International University; Colorado)
- Technical Logistics Data
- Term Loan D
- Test of Language Development (PRO-ED)
- The Last Dance (band)
- The Last Don
- The Living Daylights (James Bond Movie)
- The Living Dead
- Thermal Luminosity Device
- Thermoluminescent Dosimeter
- Thermoluminescent Dosimetry
- Third-Level Domain
- Third-Location Decompression (National Defence and Canadian Forces)
- Time Lag Discrimination
- Top Level Demonstration
- Top Level Design
- Top-Level Domain (Internet)
- Tous les Drivers (French: All Drivers)
- Townside, Longside, Downside (East Belfast Scouts, UK)
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However, this material is also important for an older application: when doped with impurities such as Cu, Mn, or Eu, it is known to be suitable to produce thermoluminescent detectors (TLD) of ionizing radiation.
Key words: electret detectors; environment; G-M detectors; ion chamber detectors; radiation; radioactivity; scintillation detectors; thermoluminescent detectors.